The Grant Pacers are kicking off Coach Mike Alberghini's twenty-seventh year with the team strong as they drill ahead of the Aug. 25 season opener. This year, the Pacers are again big, physical and fast.
Danielle Henderson, the one-time Bee Softball Player of the Year and Cal slugging star, is part of the Sacramento Rush All-Stars that will play the USA National Team in a double header on Thursday at Raley Field. Henderson insists this is no charity "feel good thing."
In this video clip, McClatchy High School girls basketball coach goes old school to motivate his powerhouse program, unleashing
a hilarious sing-song bit on the eve of the CIF Northern California Regional playoffs. The Lions need five victories to be crowned as CIF State Division I champions for the second time in three seasons. They have four wins and head to Golden 1 Arena on Friday night, March 24, 2017, for the fifth-win effort, against Windward of Los Angeles at 6 p.m.
Here's how Sheldon High School beat Bellarmine 47-46 on Friday, March 10, 2017, at the Elk Grove campus. Guard Isaiah Duplechan hits a corner 3-pointer with 10 seconds left, and the second-seeded Huskies survived two potential game-winning attempts, including one at the buzzer, by the No. 7 Bells of San Jose. Those were the only points of the second half for Duplechan, whose twin brother, Elishja, had 15 points in a defensive slugfest against the Central Coast Section Open champions. Sheldon will host No. 6 Archbishop Mitty of San Jose on Tuesday. Mitty beat No. 3 St. Joseph Notre Dame of Alameda 67-61.
The Whitney Wildcats have won 104 games over four high school basketball seasons, and the victory they craved the most came to life Friday night, March 3, 2017. The top-seeded Wildcats of Rocklin beat Beyer of Modesto 60-38 to win the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II boys championship at Pacific. And their fans went crazy!
Longtime Christian Brothers High School girls basketball coach Ron Gully expressed relief and pride for how his team overcame a 1-10 start and overcame injuries to win the Sac-Joaquin Section Division III championship.
Sacramento Adventist is a small high school in Carmichael that won the biggest game in the school's athletic history, dating back to 1958. The Capitals beat Sacramento Waldorf 41-40 to win the Sac-Joaquin Section Division VI championship at Pacific. Coach Scott Tedmon talks about the achievement on Friday, March 3, 2017.